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Dr Lundquist works across ecosystems ranging from coasts and estuaries to the deep sea.
Dr Gaskett is an expert on orchids and their pollinators. She's also a mum with two kids and married to another biologist.
Dr Vanholsbeeck uses biomedical optics to detect early signs of ageing of the eye and cartilage.
Professor Ziedins’ research is on stochastic networks, recently focusing on healthcare systems and modelling patient pathways through treatment.
Professor Dobbie researches algorithms that can detect and predict. The application of her work ranges from healthcare to transport.
Sivani is an exercise physiology technician in the Department of Exercise Sciences. She ensures equipment is working to a standard to collect reliable data.
Cindy helps teach clinical skills for the postgraduate courses and mentors students working in the Health and Performance Clinic.
Professor Virginia Braun
Professor Braun’s research examines the relationship between the social, the scientific and the individual, in relation to bodies, sexuality and health.
Dr Karen Fisher
Dr Fisher is a senior lecturer and a human geographer. Her research focuses on society-environment interactions.
Dr Anne Gaskett
Dr Gaskett is an expert on orchids and their pollinators. She loves making discoveries, leading a team and being her own boss.
Dr Jodie Johnston
Dr Johnston is a biochemist with a passion for understanding biology at the molecular level, and loves to communicate her passion with others that share it.
Associate Professor Vivien Kirk
Associate Professor Vivien Kirk is an applied mathematician who specialises in dynamical systems, especially models of cell biochemistry.
Dr Erin Leitao
Dr Leitao researches new ways to link elements together to create new functional materials, and loves that science helps us to explain the world around us.
Dr Carolyn Lundquist
Dr Lundquist is a 'jane of all trades' in marine science, working across ecosystems ranging from coasts and estuaries to the deep sea.
Sivani’s passion is understanding how human physiology responds and adapts to physical activity and helping students interested in Exercise Sciences.
Associate Professor Claire Postlethwaite
Dr Claire Postlethwaite’s research uses mathematics to answer questions in a range of applications from animal navigation to cognitive neuroscience.
Dr Nicolette Rattenbury
Dr Rattenbury runs the Science Scholars Programme at the University and helps organise the annual MOTAT Science Street Fair.
Dr Patricia Riddle
Dr Riddle is interested in getting computers to do new and different things that people would have thought were impossible, and enjoys solving problems.
Dr Frédérique Vanholsbeeck
Dr Frédérique Vanholsbeeck is a senior lecturer at the University and works with biomedical optics.
Associate Professor Ilze Ziedins
Associate Professor Ziedins’ research is on stochastic networks, that is, networks that have some form of randomness in their behaviour.
Dr Kristal Cain
Dr Cain is a lecturer in Biological Sciences. Her research focuses on variations in how animals look and act.
Dr Tra Dinh
Dr Dinh is a lecturer of Physics. Her research is in atmospheric science using theory, numerical tools and observations to study atmospheric processes.
Professor Gill Dobbie
Gill Dobbie is a professor of Computer Science. She researches algorithms that detect change in data streams and predict what is likely to happen in the future.
Dr Margaret Dudley
Dr Dudley is a lecturer of Psychology. She teaches cultural competence in the Clinical Psychology doctoral programme and neuropsychology to undergraduates.
Dr JJ Eldridge
Dr Eldridge is a senior lecturer of Physics and makes computer models of binary stars to compare to observations of the Universe.
Dr Rachel Fewster
Dr Fewster is an associate professor of Statistics. She works in statistical ecology to develop methods in conservation, ecology and animal behaviour.
Dr Simone Linz
Dr Linz is a senior lecturer of Computer Science. She is developing new mathematical and computational tools to unravel complex evolutionary histories.
Cindy Morrison is a clinical exercise physiologist at the Health and Performance Clinic. She teaches clinical skills to postgraduates and mentors students.
Dr Teri O'Meara
Dr O'Meara is a Research Fellow in Marine Science. She studies interactions between humans and coastal ecosystems.
Dr Chrissie Painting
Dr Chrissie Painting is a Research Fellow in Biological Sciences. Her research interest is figuring out what drives diversity in exaggerated traits, such as weapons or ornaments.
Karisa Pearson is the Laboratory Technician for the Institute of Marine Science at the Leigh Campus. She helps students and researchers to get high quality results from their lab to answer their research questions.
Dr Yu-Cheng Tu
Dr Tu is a Professional Teaching Fellow in Computer Science. She loves teaching for the opportunity to let students learn from her knowledge and experience.
Dr Yalu Wen
Dr Wen is a lecturer in Statistics. She enjoys building and validating models to help medical scientists understand disease etiology.
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